Tampere Unit for Computer-Human Interaction (TAUCHI) carries out interdisciplinary research and development on human–technology interaction realizing the potential of technology in harmony with human abilities, needs, and limitations. TAUCHI is a research center consisting of five research groups and 50 researchers with multinational backgrounds. TAUCHI's main expertise is related to multimodal interaction, human senses in interaction, psychophysiological measurements, user experience, and novel interaction methods.
TAUCHI conducts internationally recognized empirical and constructive research on interaction through, for example, studies on human senses in interaction and different interaction modalities including gaze, haptics, speech, gestures, visual and auditory feedback, emotions, and cognition.
TAUCHI publishes the results of the research through significant scientific journals and conferences, develops useful services and applications, and promotes its results via popular forums.
TAUCHI takes part in implementing a comprehensive M.Sc. and doctoral education programmes in human-technology interaction, providing a direct link between the latest research and teaching.